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in this country, which is so important. and he gives such a cursed of energy in his appeal to the young people of this country is overwhelming. i am so proud to know him and to be his pal and to watch what he has done in his lifetime. he is just getting started. he is getting started in the process of healing america and building a much stronger america. that is what we hope for, that the next generation will do better than this generation. the same way what we got from our parents we want to give to our children. without any further ado, a great zanesville welcome to the next vice-president of the united states -- paul ryan. [rock music playing] >> hey, everybody, how are you doing, zanesville? good to see you. be introduced you to my family. -- let me introduce you to my family. try to give them a microphone. thanks, ladies. this is my wife, our son charlie, sam and our daughter lisa. say hi, everybody. i almost slipped and said, hello, zanesville. i almost said hello, janesville. that is where i am from. i am born and raised in a place called janesville, wisconsin. i went to school with a g
just received a full briefing from energy response teams. >> the last time president obama faced a crisis, the terror attack in libya last month he went ahead with campaign events in nevada and colorado. given sandy's wrath closer to the election this time is intent to look presidential. today he canceled series of campaign vents and convening a high-level conference call in white house situation room. >> this is going to be a big and powerful storm. all across the eastern seaboard, serve taking the appropriate preparations. >> except the president tried to get in one last campaign appearance. leighing washington late sunday to be in orlando this morning for the big roll-out of joint appearances with former president bill clinton. >> i was supposed to be the warmup man for president obama today. >> obama left early this morning and they believe the weather in washington detearateed so fast it would be difficult to land air force one later in the day. >> the early voters are already making decisions. you know what our decision is. what i want to do is make sure that everybody who
been traveling with the president. let's talk about the energy there and the size of that crowd. can you give us an idea about both of those things? >> well, we haven't gotten an official crowd count yet, craig. i can tell you that the crowd here is certainly energized. a couple thousand people. james taylor started things off, warmed up the crowd before president obama took the stage, so he got things going. president obama getting a lot of cheers. the president has made this his closing arguments really about trust. you heard him say that essentially mitt romney does not do what he says he's going to do. he talked about his record as governor in massachusetts. of course, that is a neighboring state to new hampshire. this crowd quite familiar with mitt romney's record. one of the things president obama focusing on today and really throughout his campaign speeches recently is the fact that mitt romney says he is not going to increase taxes for middle class families and that he did that while he was governor of massachusetts. the romney campaign pushing back saying president obama is
infrastructure, we're going to have to assess that damage, we're going to have to bring energy back to our essential facilities facilities, our transmission lines, we have to bring back our critical loads, our hospitals, our police, our fire departments, our main arteries where people can shop, can get food and other essentials. so we have experienced storms in the past, but this is going to be a storm of tremendous punch, of tremendous magnitude. >> when you talk about assessing the damage, you're talking about assessment that doesn't take just hours, sometimes that takes days as well. >> it certainly does. >> david owens, executive vice president of the electrical institute. thank you for taking time to come on. >> this is likely to be a historic storm. what exactly does that mean to folks up and down the east coast? we'll update you after this. you've been busy for a dead man. after you jumped ship in bangkok, i thought i'd lost you. >>> surfing is my life now. but who's going to .... >>> tell the world that priceline has even faster, easier ways to save you money. . . on hotels, flight
. that basically means a lot of energy and cold, dry air to mix in. then, you have a high-pressure system parked over greenland. that creates a blocking pattern, forcing energy back towards the storm and driving it into the east coast. the biggest concern in the coming days is the potential for four-foot to ten-foot coastal surge. that's expected in vulnerable areas, like d.c., new jersey and new york, where evacuation orders may be enforced. even though the forecast path takes its center rig into southern new jersey and parts of delaware, the wind field will be huge on this. >>> that's why we have to check in with our matt gutman. he's in nags head, north carolina. matt, i'm going to give you those 50-mile-per-hour gusts today. >> reporter: thanks a lot, ginger. we really are starting to feel the impact of that texas-sized storm starting to wallop here. want to give you a sense of how frothy the water has become. it's been whipping up this foam everywhere. now, across the mid-atlantic, they're in full swing with preparations there. even starting to hand out sandbags in washington, d.c. with the
natural gas producers to supply affordable, cleaner energy, while protecting our environment. across america, these technologies protect air - by monitoring air quality and reducing emissions... ...protect water - through conservation and self-contained recycling systems... ... and protect land - by reducing our footprint and respecting wildlife. america's natural gas... domestic, abundant, clean energy to power our lives... that's smarter power today. >> continuing coverage now of hurricane sandy, with an update how the storm is crushing travel plans on the ground and in the air. late word moments ago, airline cancellations mounting into the thousands with hubs along the east coast bearing the brunt. airports in new york city, philadelphia and washington. they're telling everybody to stay home. so, hopefully that will help. by noon today, at least 1200 flights had already been scrapped and they're looking ahead. another 4600 we're now learning are canceled for tomorrow. amtrak, severely scaling back operations as well. northeast corridor service north of new york city to boston, pr
deriving its energy from the ocean waters. it is deriving its energy from the contrast between cold and warm air. it will keep itself going even when it moves inland later this evening. here are some facts for us, some headlines and remember before of a high wind warping which goes into effect at 8:00 this morning through 8:00 tomorrow night. i mentioned the wind gusting to 65 or 70. the gusts up to about 70 later this evening and check on the your rain totals. five to 10 inches. haven't had a whole lot of time to mention the mount taupe snow but parts of west virginia, maybe western maryland, up to two feet. still some question mark about that. it looks like it is all systems go for a big snow event out to the west. 54 for your daytime high. the wind gusting to 70. the wind will get going later today and tonight. >> we'll be prepared. thank you. >> time now to check in with julie wright. >> good morning. >> we are preparing ourselves for what is going be for a nasty drive around town. there is already a portion of wayne avenue -- well, i should say between wayne avenue and piney br
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the west. that basically means a lot of energy and cold, dry air to mix in. then, you have a high-pressure system parked over greenland. that creates a blocking pattern, forcing energy back towards the storm and driving it into the east coast. the biggest concern in the coming days is the potential for four-foot to ten-foot coastal surge. that's expected in vulnerable areas, like d.c., new jersey and new york, where evacuation orders may be enforced. even though the forecast path takes its center right into southern new jersey and parts of delaware, the wind field will be huge on this. it will affect places like the carolinas. >>> that's why we have to check in with our matt gutman, in nags head, north carolina, this morning. matt? >> reporter: good morning, ginger. just over the past couple official hours, the wind has really started to howl through here, whipping up the waves. bringing up this seafoam. and this monster storm is still 450 miles away. up and down the atlantic coast, states declaring states of emergency. states of preparedness. there's sandbags being deployed in wa
energy. energy in motion. >>> well, the governor of connecticut is calling sandy the largest threat to human life in this state and anyone's lifetime. utility and road crews are standing by to work on what could be major power outages. a record storm surge, threatening more than 300 homes forced evacuations along the coast. governor dan malloy said the last time we saw anything like this was -- never. >> telling quote. >>> there are dire predictions about the power outages ahead. potentially millions of people without electricity for many, many days. >> and utility companies are doing what they can to get ahead of this disaster, but faced with a situation like hurricane sandy, there's only so much they can do. abc's david kerley is in rehoboth beach, delaware. >> reporter: the power was going out even before the full force of sandy hit shore. larry jackson knows the worst is still to come. >> probably working 16-hour days. >> reporter: thousands of utility workers are in their trucks and headed east to repair what are expected to be massive power outages. these beach vacationers pac
sure students can finish school and go into jobs that are now open. on energy, we will continue to cut oil imports. in half by 2020, producing more american made energy. oil, clean coal, natural gas. those will create 600,000 new jobs. wind, biofuel, solar. we are already requiring automobiles to double their mileage by 2025. that alone will save $1.70 trillion at the pump and 12 million gallons -- barrels of oil over that time. -- 12 million barrels of oil over that time. the will level the playing field for the middle-class. because whenever the middle class is given a chance, they have never ever let their country down. we're going to do it by allowing 14 million americans, many of you in virginia who have never missed a mortgage payment, who are paying 7.5% on their payments to refinance it. no government -- saving them $3,000 a year. where i come from, there's 400,000 of you that would qualify. $3,000 a year is the difference between paying your automobile insurance and keeping your kid and comment -- in community college. instead of another ipod billion dollar tax cut -- $500 bil
on a day may not in upstate new york, a big employer in our region. so if we look at our energy future, we have better options than fracturing in upstate new york. the congressman has voted to weaken nuclear safety while promoting the building of a new nuclear plant. i think his record when it comes to safety should give all of our voters great cause. we have tremendous options right now in this region when it comes to renewable and alternative energies that should be the focus of our investment here, given that the evidence showed overwhelmingly shows significant risk from fracturing for the environment and the economy. >> moderator: is it safe here in new york? gibson: but he said about violence on women is untrue. the only vote i had was a chance to vote for her bill. what is told she was slightly and true. what he said about nuclear safety is a flatly untrue. this is a repeated pattern. he said i voted to cut 6000 nuclear safety workers. there's no vote that i voted that way and i regret that this is always the way this candidate proceeds, but we have to be confident that it protects w
on the east coast -- philadelphia energy solutions, they are running at a reduced capacity. all of this giving a lift to the price of gasoline on the futures market. as you might expect, investors and traders are anticipating tighter supplies but keep in mind, that is offset by a decrease in demand as investors stay home -- or i should say, drivers stay home in an area that accounts for about 2 million barrels per day of gasoline demand. now, there's another part of the equation. that being the pipelines that helped to bring in the extra gasoline that's needed along the east coast. colonial pipeline, one of the largest, says it is right now looking at contingency plans to shut down in the event its customers, the refiners and some of the terminal operators, either reach capacity or shut down themselves. and at that point they say they might consider shutting down the pipeline. but again, it is a contingency plan right now. from a very rainy maryland, of course we're expecting the higher winds later today, but the rain which has been falling since about -- well, early this morning, continues fo
this bicycle idea. i do not know if we can put the audio. this will give your energy. despite changing the will you will save the energy. we can monitor what you are doing. they can collect information. all of these things you can share with your friends. you can put it on facebook. it is a very good way to increase the number of sites in copenhagen. instead collecting air miles, you collect green miles. this was the initial prototype. now we have these in cars. we are getting very close to its. hopefully, it will be here next year. >> come up on the stage. this is the vice president and director of the metropolitan policy program at the brookings institution. he will be joined by a bunch of other panelists for how far can innovations take our cities. >> thanks. while they get ready, i wanted to thank the sponsors here and think what you have done. you have taken a very broad view of technology and innovation. he said right at the beginning. it is not just about the next. it is about connecting the dots between technology and manufacturing. technology and innovation is drive cities. it
at 15 miles per hour. that expectation will flow. here it is. can you believe the energy of this super storm? eastern portions of it, of course, the hurricane, tropical elements, 9" of rain in delaware. western portions, more of a nor'easter, 9" of snow at least in west virginia and expecting potentially another foot. there's the rain and the snow that is still happening. here is the movement. right now you can see tuesday morning, the center of low pressu pressure. by tonight we're going to see it move and be in only western new york. by tomorrow, it looks from western pennsylvania just -- you can see just west of new york around toronto. so very slow to move. so even by wednesday and into thursday, new york and washington have 25 and 35-mile-per-hour wind gusts. so still a potent storm. the difficulty with this destruction, trying to clean up. this hurricane did not come in and go with certainly not a one-day quick hitter. we'll be doling with it thursday and even into friday. from sandy hook to islip, certainly not the picture anymore. still 50s and 60s today dropping 10 to 15 miles
down. energy and enthusiasm is on our side. our folks are work harder than ever. grass-roots movement is harder than ever and momentum in is our direction which you always like. bill: in 2004 president bush beat senator kerry by 118,000 votes? is that the model for the state? do you have to the match the bush numbers to win? >> it will be a little dynamic i think. i hope it is not that close. i think it will be a narrow victory. i think time around governor romney has the opportunity to get a lot of support from folks who supported barack obama last time who live near some of the big cities like cincinnati, cleveland, columbus who thought i would want to give this guy a chance. they have given him a chance and it hasn't worked. they have seen the results. we've seen unemployment go up. here in ohio poverty rates go up. food stamps go up. the kinds of things that indicate we're not heading in the right direction. what they're seeing is governor romney has a plan to change things, turn things around. big changes needed right now in washington that people think is broken. and president o
here and the republicans have something like 22 offices here. we have a tremendous amount of energy going into the ground operation. there is a tremendous amount of surrogates coming in almost every day like governors and celebrities and other people. there is a tremendous intensity of campaigning here just not the principles. host: you mentioned governor romney and his meeting with billy graham. talk to was more about that. does dr. graham, maybe his family members and sun, are they taking an active role in the romney campaign? are they just giving their blessing to say that for evangelicals and people of faith in north carolina that it is ok to go ahead and support a mormon? guest: it is very close to an endorsement. you might as well call it an endorsement. he did not say to vote for him but it was close to it. i don't think you can underestimate the importance of billy graham giving his blessing to a candidate because he is a widely respected figure in north carolina. north carolina is part of the bible belt so i would say that billy graham is probably the most beloved figure in
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burst of energy, near the end of the night moved to other places. but there are hundreds of people in shelters tonight. there is an incident in one shelter, where the generator was failing and they had to move, fairly quickly, about 60 people to another shelter. so precarious situation, a lot of people not in their homes, facing situations like this. no power and a lot of cleanup to come. >> in new london, connecticut, thanks very much. >> we were warned, of course, that it would be a monster of a storm. and in the past several hour, predictions about sandy have all been proven true. here's what the 900-mile-wide system looks like at this hour. it's classified as a post tropical storm. but forecasters say, don't be fooled by that designation. sandy continues to pack hurricane-force winds and is likely to touch 50 mill yen people before it peters out. we have the latest new from the extreme weather center. very busy night for you, rick? >> reporter: you know, some of the statistics are scary. 79 people have died from sandy, between the caribbean and into the u.s., at this point. i a
for you. the energy department saying that this storm has left more than 3 1/2 million customers without power so far. but some put that number at closer to 5 million. we have heard 5.2. in virginia, arlington national cemetery has been closed to tourist, but the army continues to stand guard over the tomb of the unknown. broadway theaters will be closed on tuesday for the third day because of safety concerns, the broadway league hopes all will be back to normal by wednesday and the new york stock exchange also cloals closed tomorrow. >> so many amazing precedents. new york subway system, running 100 years or so, this is the second time it's been entirely shut down. and broadway, the lights are dim. it was very erie -- eerie to be walking around times square and nobody there. the lights are on, but nobody's there. >> i remember when i moved to new york, two years ago and they had the massive blizzard, 23 inches of snow. i walked through times square then and it was deserted. this is the same type of feeling, like a ghost town. >> there is a picture, at least part of times square. >> comp
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with help like that -- [applause] you know with energy like that, i think we're going to win florida, don't you? [applause] now i want to thank governor jeb bush. what a great leader you have in governor bush. i want to thank congressman connie mack for getting into this race and he's going to surprise a lot of people and win next tuesday night. thank you john for entertaining and supporting and for helping so many people come together to make contributions to the red cross. i know senator john thrasher is here somewhere. he's somewhere. and congressman crenshaw is here. thank you -- there they are down in the corner. thank you. they are good men and appreciate their help tonight. [applause] we're excited tonight because we know that we're getting closer to a big change in this country, a real change. [applause] we also have full hearts because we know our fellow americans are struggling through some real tough times with the hurricane that hit the atlantic coast and i want to underscore if you have the ability to help out, please provide some resources there and give calls to your loved
: remember the energy and commerce committee here in the house. mayor bloomberg talk about the issue of climate change and how after this storm, it is influenced his vote. is climate change going to take on a renewed focus on capitol hill in the wake of hurricane sandy? guest: i would hope so. for those who say that climate change does not exist, i hope they take another look. i have always been an advocate that we needed to address climate change. and that is an important part of the congressional agenda. but as you know, on the republican side of the aisle, there has been a lot of opposition to moving forward to addressing this issue. and i hope now that there's a change in heart, this should not be a partisan issue. on global health and of the military hosted by the center for strategic and international studies. still working on a few technical issues and we expect to get underway in a moment on c-span2. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] it appears a will be a moment or two before we get this discussion started on the global health and the military. it's expecte
to get to work. there will be electronic trading of oil, gas, and other energy contracts. the last time the markets were closed for a nonholiday event was after the terrorist attacks of 2001. and the last time they were closed for weather was september of 1985 because of hurricane gloria. and also keep in mind that about 65% of the oil refineries are in the path of the hurricane. delta airlines says that its jet fuel refinery in trainer, pennsylvania, is well prepared for the storm. we'll be keeping an eye on all of these areas. >>> we've been showing you live pictures from around the region as we're able to can assess cameras. you're looking at ocean city, maryland, as the surf has really started to beat up the beach there. we're told there are surges of up to four feet along the eastern seaboard. >> and tom kierein is here to tell us when sandy is making landfall and making a huge impact here. >> sandy making landfall in about 14 hours. already feeling the effects way out ahead of it. as i mentioned just a few moments ago, the winds just east of ocean city out of bowie, reported gusts
at the finish line. it seems like the energy is awesome, keith. >> the energy is high and it's getting even higher, right behind me you're seeing the finishers of the 10k. let's take you back to the start of the marathon. 7:55 this morning and they were off. 30,000 people running in this year's marathon. 54 countries represented. every state in this country represented. we expect the first person to cross the line around 10:15. now, back to the 10k. the first person who crossed the line in this year's 10k is a man by the name of glenn collins. he comes to us from the state of michigan. he's run in several marathons before and to finish first, whether it's the 10k or the actual marathon, the distance, that's not the story. what he's running from, what everyone is running for, that is the story. >> it's an honor. being here the last few years working the expos, to know the history of this race, with the marathon and 10k. it's an honor. it's a privilege to be the first guy to cross the line this year. >> reporter: we are running from our past. we are running into the future and we are running
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typically we don't see a tropical system merging with a full blown jet stream. energy from the jet stream, energy and moisture from the tropical system all converging to make a super storm. this is certainly going to be one for the record books. >>> and officials are preparing for the worse. hundreds of thousands of people in low-lying areas up and down the east coast have been ordered to leave their homes. states of emergencies are declared in eight states and washington, d.c. 7200 flights have been cancelled, many more are expected. major carriers plan to cancel their flights. amtrak has suspended train service throughout the northeast. susan mcginnis has more from rehoboth beach, delaware. >> reporter: the monster storm is getting ready to hit the coastal line, folks in beach towns have down their best to prepare for the worse. conditions have been getting worse. >> the ocean is angry right now and we'll see a storm surge. >> reporter: sandy is massive. hurricane force winds extend out 175 miles from the storm's eye. >> huge waves up to 40 feet east and south of the main center and tha
there is an elongated period of time in which you are without energy. >> in connecticut workers cleared street of debris and in massachusetts, homeowners pull batteries flash lights and mother emergency supplies off shelves. >> we have the generator, make sure we have lighters and stuff. >> taking their prized possessions to safety. >> today protecting my boat and interests and batoning down the hatches. >> one couldn't keep up with requests. >> sorry, we aren't keeping bets out of the water. >> and heading out to sea along the storm. homeowners gathering sandbags. flooding is a real concern as a high tide pairs with sandy surge. >> it is all hands on deck thing. >> everybody pitching in, to get prepare pepded. n /* /-. >> doug is here with more on the storm. it is not a question of if, now. it is when. >> yeah. you're going to hear me say that track moved further north. it does not matter for our forecast. it really does not matter if this thing comes on shore up towards new york. well see the extremely strong winds here in our area. so once again, don't be fooled by this storm. even if it does weaken
agencies that are in charge, including the department of defense, department of energy, and those that are going to need to respond very quickly. under craig fewgate's leadership at fema, we've had a chance to talk to the regional officials as well and i just had a phone call with the governors of potentially impacted states as well as some of the major cities in the region. at this stage, everybody is confident that the staging process, the prepositioning of presource, commodities, equipment that are going to be needed to respond to the storm are in place, but as craig has emphasized, this hasn't hit landfall yet, so we don't yet know where it's going to hit, where we're going to see the biggest impacts, and that's exactly why it's so important for us to respond big and respond fast as local information starts coming in. i want to thank hall the members of the team -- all the members of the team for the outstanding work they're doing but the other thing that makes this storm unique, we anticipate it is going to be slow moving. that means that it may take a long time not only to c
-cost printing. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. >>> now, this just in. the senior vice president of con ed which is the power company for manhattan here, just came out and said they have had more storm related power outages in this storm than they have in any storm in history. as we've shown you from some of the pictures, much of manhattan south of 39th street, the power is out. some of it con ed chose to do, others of it because of a transformer outage, are completely out. there's only been one other time in the blackout of the summer that i've seen manhattan look this dark. i want to bring in sebastien younger now who wrote "the perfect storm" about the nor'easter, made into the movie in which george c
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's an incredible storm. it is a hurricane right now, it is gaining energy from the warm water source it has here. but it is going to be tobegin a process of gaining energy from a cold air mass here across parts toward the eastern u.s., that combination will cause the storm to explode in its intensity. it is very strong. it is going to cause it to expand in its wind field. so we are talking about multi-facets to the storm. one is the rain. we are seeing the rain here across parts of the outer bank, with 5, 6 inches falling. but many areas will see 5 to 10 inches of rain. so there will be a lot of inland flooding. and the storm surge is the most deadly thing that comes from any kind of tropical storm. when have you a hurricane that comes into jersey, that puts the biggest and worst of the storm surge here to that upside-down l-shape. the water has nowhere to go and it causes potentially catastrophic flooding in new york city and the but roughs area, that's why the eevacuations have been ordered. the wind, it will be a wind event for eastern third of the country, expect power outages to millions of
driving around this morning, we saw so many people wearing orange and black and the energy will continue with this week's parade. >> the city is preparing for the next big one. >> the smiles. i keep thinking about it. i hear them. and i'm so happy to be a giants fan. >> reporter: the celebration a familiar one to the bay area. the giants sweep to becoming the world series champs, the second one in three years for san francisco. >> 2010, we did it. we will do it again and again, mayor fans got a little out of had last night... defacing buils with graffiti and setting fs on the streets of san franc. today, you can see some of e effects. after the game bonfires were set at 22nd ad mission streets. as police tried to disperse a crowd... some people threw beer botts at officers. á police arrested 35 people... 22 on felony charges and 13 on misdemeanors. still ahead.. hurricane sany rains on the campaign.. what means for the final push foe white house and how the candidates are dealing witht could be a major disaster.. ============b r e a k ============== ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, struggling with thei
. remember, when a hurricane that makes landfall, we're relaxing a bit. the storm gets the energy from the ocean here. this is no longer a hurricane, no longer a tropical system, it's a hybrid storm. it's post-tropical, nor'easters from the mid-atlantic to northeast. it gets its energy from the differences in temperature here. we have cold air to the north and west, south and east. sandy is glad to be inland because it's merging with the jet stream. with an upper level disturbance so everything is coming together for this to continue to be a mess through the overnight. very heavy rainfall. the snow coming down, just incredible amounts across portions of the appalachians. we'll have incredible pictures over the next couple of days. and the winds will still be howling. you see the snow falling. accumulations, upwards of 18 inches so far. we'll be talking about general accumulations from 2 to 3 feet. this is -- i'm still trying to wrap my head around this. we're tracking hurricane and tracking a blizzard at the same time. this is all from the same storm. this is why we call it a super sto
this tremendous amount of energy with it. all of that energy can do quite a bit of damage. when the sun comes up today we are going to get a good idea as to the real full extent of what actually happened over the past 24-hours. >>> that is for sure. this has been so large up and down the east coast. it has been as far west as chicago with 20-foot waves in lake michigan. >> all day and all night you have been sending us the pictures of the storm. >> i live in long island on the north shore of long island. you have been hearing about that. look at all of the downed trees this is in my house alone. last half this is before everybody went to bed last night we had lost 5 trees. these are 100 foot tall or hire trees. a lot of people have been sending us in their photos and videos. this is also on the long island sound. things are a real mess out there. heather childers joins us with a look at some of our viewer pictures. good morning, heather. >> we are glad you and your family are safe with all of those downed trees. hundreds of photos into fox news from north carolina into new england. take a look a
's going to lose some energy they are not done with the system just yet. let's get you back to the bay area and time out the storm. clouds breaking up around the bay area today and flowing back in overnight and you will notice 11:00 tomorrow the parade will start. we'll see clouds out there. but the rain is staying to the north so we'll be dry for that but as trick or treaters go out tomorrow evening looks like a better chance of rain so be prepared for that tomorrow taking some of those trick or treaters out rain across the rest of the bay area throughout the evening tomorrow night. plan on 72 degrees in san jose and 56 degrees in pacifica. inside the bay sunshine this afternoon about 69 degrees in oakland 67 in san francisco. about 73 degrees in santa rosa. next couple of days, things get unsettled as storm clouds make a return. looks like we could see some leftover showers on thursday morning. by friday though we're dry once again and again, don't forget, there's a chance of showers in the evening for trick or treaters. i was hoping it was going to hold off and now it's moving in faster.
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